The following have had published studies. These are report on the averages of a group of patients; they do not apply to all patients and are not necessary predictive.
Some studies were done on people with specific conditions, ethnic origin or diet style (i.e. traditional Chinese Diet versus Western Diet), which may be why some shifts are in opposite directions.
A percentile below 20% can be deemed to be low, and above 80% as high. These are arbitrary values.
|Tax Rank||Tax Name||Shift||Percentile||Distribution||Citation Link|
|genus||Blautia (NCBI:572511 )||Low||Distribution||📚 PubMed|
|genus||Citrobacter (NCBI:544 )||High||Distribution||📚 PubMed|
|genus||Escherichia (NCBI:561 )||High||Distribution||📚 PubMed|
|genus||Faecalibacterium (NCBI:216851 )||Low||Distribution||📚 PubMed|
|genus||Prevotella (NCBI:838 )||Low||Distribution||📚 PubMed|
|genus||Pseudomonas (NCBI:286 )||High||Distribution||📚 PubMed|
|genus||Roseburia (NCBI:841 )||Low||Distribution||📚 PubMed|
|genus||Shigella (NCBI:620 )||High||Distribution||📚 PubMed|
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